Junior Tyler Davidson of Willingboro and freshman Mar-Quel Davis of Deptford were both double winners for Bloomfield Sunday at the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championships in Lakewood.
Davidson won the 400 in 49.32 and the intermediate hurdles in 56.27, and Davis won the 100 in 10.69 and the 200 in 21.72.
Davis’s 10.69, which was wind-legal at 1.5 meters per second, is a college-best. He’s gone as fast as 21.58 in the 200 this year.
Davidson also led off Bloomfield’s winning 1,600-meter relay team, which also included sophomore Samuel Keleekai of Rancocas Valley and junior Eddy Ongwenyi of Burlington Township.
Davis, who didn’t compete last year, also anchored the winning 400-meter relay team, which also included junior Mikal Wright of Bridgeton.
Davidson has college bests of 49.26 from an indoor meet at Ocean Breeze and 52.78 from the 2017 Penn Relays. His 400 PR is 48.03 from the BCSL meet at Northern Burlington, where he was second to Brandon Outlaw, who’s now at Virginia.
Davidson’s 100 PR is 10.65 from 2017 Group 3 sectionals at Delsea.
I’d love to tell you whether either Davidson or Davis has or is close to any school records, but Bloomfield’s web site doesn’t list school records or any other history of the program. It also lists the Penn Relays as an upcoming meet.
Also from the CACC meet (and remember this meet was held Sunday in a heavy rain):
–> Keleekai placed fourth in the 200 in 22.45
–> Sophomore Ja’haud Lowber of Bloomfield, a sophomore from Deptford, placed third in the triple jump at 45-3.
–> Bloomfield freshman Jeanquai Morton from Riverside was fourth in the 110-meter high hurdles (15.22) and sixth in the high jump at 6-1 1/2.
–> Freshman Michael Ramos of Riverside and Ongwenyi placed second and third in the intermediates in 57.36 and 57.38, giving South Jersey a sweep of the top three spots in the race.
–> Nicholas Rivera, a Bloomfield freshman from Camden, ran 4:05.37 for second in the 1,500.
–> Delsea graduate William Goldsborough, a Georgian Court freshman from Delsea, took second in the shot with a 48-11 1/2, third in the discus with a 146-8 and fifth in the hammer at 135-9.
–> Georgia Court junior Devin Martin, a St. Joe’s Prep grad from Williamstown, ran 15.04 for second in the 110 highs and had a 45-2 1/2 for fourth in the triple jump.
–> Omari Kennedy, a Georgian Court junior from Cherry Hill East, took third in the long jump at 22-0 1/4.
–> Alejandro Valdez, a Georgia Court freshman from Bridgeton, placed third in the shot with a throw of 47-9 and added sixths in the discus and hammer.
–> Charles Wolef-Fields, a Wildwood Catholic graduate and Georgian Court freshman, ran 11.15 for fourth in the 100 and anchored the third-place 4-by-1 team.
–> In the women’s meet, Bloomfield freshman Siani Smith of Burlington City placed fifth in both the high hurdles and and high jump.
–> Georgian Court, coached by Holy Cross graduate Mike Murawski, won both the men’s and women’s team titles. The men have won four of the last five CACC titles. The women have won six in a row.